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Having a Bad Record Against Thailand, Shin Tae-Yong: The Public Can Trust the Indonesian National Team

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Having a Bad Record Against Thailand, Shin Tae-Yong: The Public Can Trust the Indonesian National Team

Jakarta, Timerilis.com – The Indonesian national team will face Thailand in the AFF Cup 2022 continuation. The two teams will clash at the Bung Karno Main Stadium, Senayan, Jakarta, Thursday, December 29.

The Garuda squad had a bad record when they were against Thailand in 1957. Out of the eighty matches that have been played, half have been won by Thailand. The other twenty-five matches were dominated by Indonesia. The rest ended in a draw.

Meanwhile, in the last six meetings since 2016, Indonesia has not even been able to beat Thailand. During that time, Indonesia was only able to force two draws and the rest ended in defeat.

The record of the Indonesian national team against Thailand in the Shin Tae-Yong era is not good. The man from South Korea has never led the Red and White Team to beat Thailand since taking the lead at the end of 2019.

When they met in the AFF U-19 Cup 2022, Indonesia scored no goal with Thailand. At the U-23 level, Indonesia lost with a score of 0-1 to Thailand in the semifinals of the 2021 SEA Games.

In the senior national team, Shin brought Indonesia to a 2-2 draw with Thailand in the Group G match for the 2022 World Cup Qualification in the Asian zone.

Then, the “Garuda” team went with a score of 0-4 in the first round of the 2020 AFF Cup final and were equally strong with a score of 2-2 in the second round.

Regardless, Shin was optimistic that his team could win this time. He also asked fans to continue to provide support.

“Now I can firmly say that the public can trust the national team this time,” said Shin in a conference ahead of the match, Wednesday, December 28.

The South Korean tactician said the negative results at the previous meeting occurred because he still needed time to build the Indonesian national team.

“Now the team has grown, both in unity and the quality of the players,” said Shin.

source: voi.id